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  1. Watch: Wheelchair-bound Mark E. Smith leads The Fall in live return following health scare
  2. Conway Savage of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds recovering from brain tumor surgery
  3. The Mission to record upcoming tour rehearsal for ‘Bending the Arc’ double live album
  4. Listen: R.E.M., ‘Photograph’ (Demo) — off ‘Automatic For the People’ reissue
  5. Tears For Fears announce ‘Rule the World’ arena tour of U.K., Ireland with Alison Moyet
  6. Morrissey announces U.K. arena tour, plays new single on ‘The Graham Norton Show’
  7. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/29/17)
  8. This week’s new releases: Billy Bragg’s new protest songs, plus INXS ‘Kick 30’ box set
  9. They Might Be Giants unveil new album ‘I Like Fun,’ massive U.S. tour — hear new single
  10. Michael Stipe to perform at New York City climate event: ‘It will feel great to sing again’
  11. ‘Do You Remember’ 5-part podcast series to trace origins, legacy of Hüsker Dü
  12. U2 announces ‘Songs of Experience,’ North American arena tour — hear new song
  13. Morrissey performs The Smiths’ ‘I Started Something I Couldn’t Finish’ for first time ever
  14. Vintage Video: Love and Rockets bridge old and new in 1996 set at Chilean festival
  15. Pixies, Weezer announce co-headlining tour of North American amphitheaters next summer
  16. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Sugarcubes go under the ‘120 X-Ray’ — 1989
  17. Morrissey cancels California concert because it was too cold and the on-stage heater broke
  18. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/5/17)
  19. This week’s new releases: Hüsker Dü box set, plus R.E.M., Tears For Fears, Neil Finn
  20. Michael Stipe covers Nat King Cole, Ringo Starr, Velvet Underground at climate concert
  21. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of New Order: Vote for your 25 favorite songs (out of 157)
  22. Listen: Morrissey, ‘Jacky’s Only Happy When She’s Up on the Stage’ — off ‘Low in High School’
  23. Chuck Mosley, early Faith No More frontman and Bad Brains singer, 1959-2017
  24. Hoop dreams: Guy Picciotto of Fugazi and Rites of Spring makes NBA jumbotron cameo
  25. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/12/17)
  26. This week’s new releases: Morrissey’s ‘Low in High School,’ plus new Madness best-of
  27. Fans of The Cure stitch together full concert filmed on phones — and are giving it away
  28. OMD to release collection of B-sides, remixes from ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ singles
  29. a-ha to play U.K. stadiums with OMD, Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey next summer
  30. Kevin Haskins shares visual history of Bauhaus in new coffee table book ‘Undead’
  31. Vintage Video: Oingo Boingo spices up ‘Disneyland’s Summer Vacation Party’ in 1986
  32. Listen: The Mountain Goats cover ‘Lucretia My Reflection’ by The Sisters of Mercy
  33. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Chuck Mosley-era Faith No More gets the ‘120 X-Ray’ in 1987
  34. Scott McCaughey, leader of Young Fresh Fellows and R.E.M. sideman, suffers stroke
  35. Watch: R.E.M. streams live footage of sole ‘Automatic For the People’ live show
  36. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/19/17)
  37. This week’s new releases: Ramones, The Fall, XTC, Big Country, Richard Hell, INXS
  38. Simple Minds announce new album ‘Walk Between Worlds,’ special 3-part concerts
  39. Midnight Oil filmed, recorded Sydney shows for possible release. After that? ‘Who knows?!’
  40. Reissues of early Felt albums, new record by Lawrence’s Go-Kart Mozart due in 2018
  41. Tommy Keene, acclaimed singer-songwriter and power-pop legend, 1958-2017
  42. Echo & The Bunnymen re-record old songs ‘with strings and things attached’ for new LP
  43. Watch: The Church dusts off songs new and old for 25-minute KEXP live set and interview
  44. Is Robert Smith cooking up something big for The Cure’s 40th anniversary next year?
  45. Paylist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/26/17)
  46. This week’s new releases: U2’s ‘Songs of Experience,’ Midge Ure, Cindy Wilson, Sex Pistols
  47. The absolute best of New Order: All 157 songs ranked by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ readers
  48. Playlist: All 157 of New Order’s songs, ranked — minus the 46 that aren’t on Spotify
  49. Microdisney to reunite after 30 years to perform ‘The Clock Comes Down the Stairs’
  50. The Fall cancel more concerts over Mark E. Smith’s health: ‘None of us wanted this to happen’
  51. Listen: Tommy Keene gives what might be final interview to Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast
  52. The The continues to extend 2018 comeback with newly announced Dublin concert
  53. Tim Pope confirms work on ‘The Cure project,’ promises ‘bumper year for the 40th anniversary’
  54. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (12/3/17)
  55. This week’s new releases: 5-disc U.K. post-punk box set, plus Beastie Boys vinyl
  56. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Christmas Megamix 2017: Stream 4 hours of alternative holiday cheer
  57. Morrissey cancels tonight’s Philadelphia concert ‘due to illness in the touring party’
  58. Morrissey cancels Boston concert as another U.S. tour comes to an ignominious end
  59. Kendra Smith to reunite with The Dream Syndicate onstage in California next week
  60. Watch R.E.M.’s 24-minute documentary about the making of ‘Automatic For the People’
  61. Trevor Horn’s L.A. studio — used by Pet Shop Boys, Art of Noise and more — destroyed by wildfire
  62. Morrissey cancels headlining appearance at KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas
  63. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (12/10/17)
  64. The Killers cover ‘This Charming Man,’ ‘Everyday is Like Sunday’ at Morrissey-less KROQ show
  65. This week’s new releases: New Order’s ‘NOMC15’ live album, plus OMD B-sides set
  66. Win tickets to see DJ set and meet John Fryer, famed producer and This Mortal Coil member
  67. Simple Minds and The Pretenders team up for joint 13-date U.K. tour next summer
  68. XTC documentary ‘This Is Pop’ to receive U.S. premiere on Showtime in January
  69. The Cure to play giant 40th anniversary concert in London’s Hyde Park next year
  70. David Byrne planning most ambitious show since ‘Stop Making Sense’ for East Coast run
  71. Pat DiNizio, The Smithereens’ lead singer and songwriter with ‘the magic touch,’ 1955-2017
  72. The Cure to mark 40th anniversary with new documentary: ‘Robert himself will tell the story’
  73. The Cars make Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — but Kate Bush and Depeche Mode snubbed
  74. Ministry announces release of ‘AmeriKKKant,’ North American tour — hear 1st single ‘Antifa’
  75. The Monochrome Set’s initial run to be compiled in ‘1979-1985: Complete Recordings’ box set
  76. R.E.M., Sleater-Kinney members team up to headline benefit shows for Scott McCaughey
  77. Watch: Kendra Smith reunites with The Dream Syndicate onstage in Los Angeles
  78. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (12/17/17)
  79. The Fall’s Brooklyn residency canceled as Mark E. Smith needs ‘more rest and recovery’
  80. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (12/24/17)
  81. Watch: Ride digs into ‘Weather Diaries,’ revisits old favorites in 40-minute KEXP set
  82. Four more Jazz Butcher albums compiled in upcoming ‘The Violent Years’ box set
  83. Fan raising money to bring The Vapors to New York City for first U.S. gigs since early ’80s
  84. Holly Anderson, poet and artist who wrote Mission of Burma’s ‘Mica,’ 1955-2017
  85. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ most-clicked of 2017: R.E.M., Morrissey, The Cure, Depeche Mode
  86. Now showing: The Go-Betweens documentary ‘Right Here’ available to stream on Vimeo
  87. Programming note: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ is off this week, but will return on Jan. 7
  88. David Byrne and 164 other musical acts to play the Coachella festival this year
  89. The Stray Cats to reunite for first performance since 2009 at Las Vegas rockabilly festival
  90. Watch: Showtime debuts new trailer for upcoming XTC documentary ‘This Is Pop’
  91. John Dent, engineer who worked with Love and Rockets, U2, The Police and XTC, 1954-2017
  92. Listen: Simple Minds debut ‘Magic’ — first single off upcoming ‘Walk Between Worlds’
  93. Love song: The Cure’s Reeves Gabrels makes the New York Times’ wedding section
  94. Watch: R.E.M.’s Bill Berry, Peter Buck and Mike Mills reunite to benefit Scott McCaughey
  95. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/7/18)
  96. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of the ’80s Redux: Vote for your favorite songs of 1982
  97. David Bowie’s birthday marked by release of previously unheard ‘Let’s Dance’ demo
  98. Juliana Hatfield salutes childhood hero by recording album of Olivia Newton-John covers
  99. David Byrne announces new album ‘American Utopia,’ debuts propulsive first single
  100. Belinda Carlisle, ABC, Modern English, Nick Heyward top Retro Futura tour’s 2018 lineup
  101. Listen: Duran Duran’s ‘Girls on Film’ demo with early singer Andy Wickett released
  102. Listen: Simple Minds, ‘The Signal and the Noise’ — 2nd single off ‘Walk Between Worlds’
  103. Little Steven-led tribute to The Smithereens’ Pat DiNizio to be streamed live tonight
  104. Watch: Little Steven, The Kinks’ Dave Davies and more honor The Smithereens’ Pat DiNizio
  105. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/14/18)
  106. New releases: They Might Be Giants, Meat Beat Manifesto, Mudhoney, Book of Love
  107. David Byrne announces massive 80-date world tour in support of ‘American Utopia’
  108. R.E.M., Peter Murphy, The The, U2, Tanya Donelly and more honor Dolores O’Riordan
  109. The Afghan Whigs and Built to Spill team up for North American co-headlining tour
  110. Watch: The Dream Syndicate digs into ‘How Did I Find Myself Here?’ in KEXP live set
  111. Cocteau Twins’ ‘Head Over Heels’ and ‘Treasure’ to be reissued on 180-gram vinyl
  112. The Smiths’ Mike Joyce and Andy Rourke up to something with 5th member Craig Gannon
  113. Erasure announces North American tour, plus a ‘post-classical rework’ of latest album
  114. Poster Children return with 1st new album in 14 years — hear title track ‘Grand Bargain!’
  115. Watch: ‘Hansa Studios By The Wall 1976-90’ — 90-minute documentary on famed studio
  116. The Human League announce first U.S. concerts of 2018 in California, Las Vegas
  117. Watch: Depeche Mode performs ‘I Want You Now’ for the first time since 1994
  118. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/21/18)
  119. Classically Smiths: 3 ex-members teaming with orchestra for U.K. shows this year
  120. Opening of Peter Murphy’s San Francisco residency delayed by government shutdown
  121. Bob Mould, Soul Asylum, Jayhawks, Suburbs to rep Twin Cities at pre-Super Bowl concert
  122. Mike Joyce joins Andy Rourke in pulling out of just-announced Classically Smiths gigs
  123. The Damned return with 1st new album in a decade — hear ‘Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow’
  124. Mark E. Smith, one-of-a-kind force behind post-punk icons The Fall, 1957-2018
  125. Peter Murphy cancels 1st night of San Francisco residency, blames shutdown for visa delay
  126. Stuck in Istanbul, Peter Murphy again delays opening of 15-night San Francisco residency
  127. The The expands reunion tour with 3 ‘very low-key’ U.K. warm-up concerts in May
  128. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/28/18)
  129. This week’s new releases: Simple Minds’ ‘Walk Between Worlds,’ big Roxy Music reissue
  130. They Might Be Giants give Run-DMC’s ‘Walk This Way’ video the ‘bad lip reading’ treatment
  131. Peter Murphy again delays opening of trouble-plagued San Francisco residency
  132. Shriekback asks fans to help bring ‘epic production’ to U.S. for summer tour
  133. Peter Murphy still can’t get to San Francisco, reschedules (and doubles up) more shows
  134. Listen: Thurston Moore takes on ‘man-boys of the USA government’ with new single ‘Mx Liberty’
  135. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/4/18)
  136. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of Siouxsie and the Banshees: Vote for your 25 favorite songs
  137. This week’s new releases: ‘The Sound of Liverpool 1976-1988’ box set, Ramones vinyl
  138. The Cure’s Robert Smith to curate 25th edition of London’s Meltdown festival
  139. Still stuck in Istanbul, Peter Murphy pushes entire San Francisco residency to summer
  140. The The’s reunion tour continues to expand with newly announced U.K. dates
  141. Depeche Mode to bring Global Spirit Tour back to North America for more dates this spring
  142. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/11/18)
  143. This week’s new releases: Ride’s new EP, Superchunk’s ‘What a Time to Be Alive’
  144. Peter Hook to perform New Order’s ‘Technique,’ ‘Republic’ in full at UK shows
  145. Watch: The Killers cover The Cure’s ‘Push’ — the song that ‘baptized’ Brandon Flowers
  146. Mark E. Smith of The Fall died of terminal lung and kidney cancer, family reveals
  147. Echo & The Bunnymen, The Jesus and Mary Chain team up for UK gig with Peter Hook
  148. David J debuts new song ‘Thoughts and Prayers’ in wake of Florida school shooting
  149. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds concert film ‘Distant Sky’ to screen worldwide in April
  150. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/18/18)
  151. This week’s new releases: David Bowie and Felt reissues, plus Altered Images box set
  152. Soft Cell reuniting for final ‘Say Hello, Wave Goodbye’ concert in London this year
  153. The Specials returning to the U.S. this summer for a trio of California concerts
  154. Trashcan Sinatras hint they’ll perform ‘Cake’ on an upcoming North American tour
  155. Public Image Ltd. to mark 40th anniversary with tour, ‘Rotten’ documentary and box set
  156. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/25/18)
  157. This week’s new releases: Breeders, Buffalo Tom, Pet Shop Boys, Art of Noise and more
  158. Top 100 Songs of 1982: Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of the ’80s Redux — Part 3
  159. Playlist: Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Top 100 Songs of 1982 — minus the 3 that aren’t on Spotify
  160. Belly returns with new album ‘Dove,’ plus U.S. and U.K. tours — hear 1st single ‘Shiny One’
  161. The Psychedelic Furs expand 2018 touring plans, add West Coast dates with X
  162. ‘Burning Britain’ box set to tell story of independent U.K. punk from 1980 to 1983
  163. Vintage Video: The Pretenders’ ‘Learning to Crawl’ tour is MTV’s ‘Saturday Night Concert’
  164. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Robert Smith of The Cure, aka ‘the thinking man’s Duran Duran’
  165. The Cure appears to be prepping ‘Mixed Up,’ 2LP companion ‘Torn Down’ for Record Store Day
  166. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/4/18)
  167. This week’s new release: David Byrne’s ‘American Utopia,’ plus new Erasure, Ministry
  168. The Cure’s ‘Torn Down’ 2LP Record Store Day release features 16 new remixes by Robert Smith
  169. Robert Smith taps My Bloody Valentine, NIN, Psychedelic Furs, Kristin Hersh, The Church for Meltdown
  170. The The continues to slowly expand reunion tour with 2 more newly announced U.K. shows
  171. The Alarm to tease upcoming album with Record Store Day vinyl EP featuring Billy Duffy
  172. Big Audio Dynamite II’s ‘On the Road: Live 92’ to get vinyl release for Record Store Day
  173. Elvis Costello to release cover of Squeeze’s ‘Someone Else’s Heart’ for Record Store Day
  174. The Vaselines’ debut ‘Dum-Dum’ to be reissued on clear vinyl for Record Store Day
  175. Wire to release box set collecting 7-inches from 1977 to 1980 on Record Store Day
  176. The House of Love to mark 30th anniversary of debut with live performance of ‘The House of Love’
  177. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/11/18)
  178. Johnny Marr announces his upcoming 3rd solo album will be titled ‘Call the Comet’
  179. This week’s new releases: Expanded reissues from The Alarm, new Yo La Tengo album
  180. ‘New Wave: Dare to Be Different’ documentary about Long Island’s WLIR to debut on Showtime
  181. Watch: David Byrne brings his untethered band to ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’
  182. Violent Femmes announce U.S. tour, enlist tribute act Dirty Femmes to open first show
  183. Watch: Kristin Hersh and Tanya Donelly reunite onstage for a little ‘Two Step’ in Boston
  184. Poptone announces West Coast tour, preps ‘Part Time Punks’ radio session for release
  185. Vintage Video: The Church shines in rare early pro-shot concert footage from 1982
  186. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Smithereens’ Pat DiNizio talks ‘A Girl Like You’ inspiration
  187. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/18/18)
  188. This week’s new releases: Alice Bag, Guided By Voices, Fugazi members reunite
  189. Best of Siouxsie and the Banshees: All 176 songs ranked by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ readers
  190. Playlist: All 176 Siouxsie and the Banshees songs, ranked — minus the 48 not on Spotify
  191. Public Image Ltd. to release ‘Album’-era live set on double LP for Record Store Day
  192. Wire preps demo-packed expanded reissues of ‘Pink Flag,’ ‘Chairs Missing’ and ‘154’
  193. Vintage Video: New Order blasts through hour-long ‘Low-Life’-era set in Belgium
  194. The Mission to release ‘For Ever More’ box set chronicling 2008 full-album concerts
  195. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: They Might Be Giants play ‘Particle Man,’ talk ‘Flood’ — 1990
  196. Listen: Michael Stipe debuts new song ‘Future, If Future’ ahead of March For Our Lives
  197. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/25/18)
  198. This week’s new releases: The Cars reissues, plus The Mission, The Damned, The Essence
  199. ‘Midnight Oil 1984’ documentary to screen in Australian theaters, worldwide — watch trailer
  200. Vintage Video: 10,000 Maniacs open a Grateful Dead stadium show on July 4, 1989
  201. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Iggy Pop credits David Bowie with launching his solo career — 1990
  202. Watch: The Breeders return to Conan O’Brien’s show after 25 years, play ‘Wait in the Car’
  203. Listen: Belly premieres ‘Stars Align’ — 2nd single off band’s first album in 23 years
  204. ohGr, Meat Beat Manifesto, Frontline Assembly top lineups for Cold Waves festivals
  205. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/1/18)
  206. Morrissey records cover of The Pretenders’ ‘Back on the Chain Gang’ for future single
  207. Listen: Gang of Four, ‘Lucky’ — off post-punk legends’ upcoming ‘Complicit’ EP
  208. Watch: Thomas Dolby and Rick Springfield cover The Cure’s ‘Just Like Heaven’ on a boat
  209. The Beat starring Dave Wakeling to release new album ‘Here We Go Love’ this spring
  210. The Church’s Steve Kilbey playing ‘weird’ places across western U.S. with Amanda Kramer
  211. The The announces first North American concerts in 18 years as reunion expands
  212. Johnny Marr’s 3rd album ‘Call the Comet’ due in June — hear 1st single ‘The Tracers’
  213. Watch: Chris Connelly joins Ministry on stage for first time in 25 years to sing ‘So What’
  214. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/8/18)
  215. This week’s new releases: The Damned, Juliana Hatfield, Bush Tetras, U2, David Bowie
  216. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of the ’80s Redux: Vote for your favorite songs of 1983
  217. Killing Joke announces 40th anniversary box sets, ‘Laugh At Your Peril’ world tour
  218. Robert Smith to play Meltdown with ‘curious friends,’ says he’s working on new music
  219. Poptone performs Tones on Tail, Love and Rockets and Bauhaus on debut album
  220. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/15/18)
  221. This week’s new releases: Alison Moyet live album, collection of early Flaming Lips
  222. Echo & The Bunnymen delay release — but reveal tracklist — of new orchestral album
  223. Watch: Simple Minds’ Jim Kerr joins Arcade Fire in Glasgow to perform ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)’
  224. The Fixx to celebrate 35th anniversary of ‘Reach the Beach’ with U.S. tour this summer
  225. Listen: Poptone premieres new recording of Tones on Tail’s ‘Go!’ — off upcoming debut LP
  226. New Order to headline Cleveland’s inaugural InCuya Music Festival this summer
  227. New Dead Can Dance album — first in 6 years — near completion, Brendan Perry says
  228. Watch: Peter Murphy and David J reunite to perform Bauhaus set in Mexico
  229. The Cure resumes deluxe reissue series with 3-disc ‘Mixed Up’ — to be followed by ‘Wish’
  230. Simple Minds tease itinerary for most extensive North American tour in 3 decades
  231. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/22/18)
  232. Talking Heads drummer Chris Frantz’s memoir ‘Remain in Love’ to be published in 2020
  233. The Jesus Lizard keeps reunion going with announcement of September dates in U.S.
  234. Tears For Fears delays UK tour, prepares to release first new album in 14 years this fall
  235. Simple Minds announces dates for most extensive North American tour in 30 years
  236. The Psychedelic Furs expand U.S. summer tour, add more dates with X, The Fixx
  237. Gary Numan to bring ‘Savage’ tour back to North America this fall for second go-around
  238. My Bloody Valentine sets first U.S. tour in 5 years around FYF Fest appearance
  239. Echo & The Bunnymen, Violent Femmes team up for 2nd U.S. summer co-headlining tour
  240. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/29/18)
  241. This week’s new releases: New Belly album, plus Brian Eno, ‘Burning Britain’ box sets
  242. Watch: U2 performs ‘Achtung Baby’ deep cut ‘Acrobat’ live for first time ever at tour opener
  243. Guadalcanal Diary’s live 1998 reunion set ‘At Your Birthday Party’ to be reissued
  244. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (5/6/18)
  245. Listen: Karl Wallinger shares early demo of World Party’s classic single ‘Ship of Fools’
  246. Nine Inch Nails announces new EP, 26-date U.S. tour with The Jesus and Mary Chain
  247. Listen: Johnny Marr debuts Smiths-esque ‘Hi Hello’ — second single off ‘Call the Comet’
  248. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (5/13/18)
  249. Premiere: Rat Scabies, ‘Floating’ — off former The Damned drummer’s debut album
  250. The Church to celebrate 30th anniversary of ‘Starfish’ on fall North American tour